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Coronavirus’s lasting legacy; & Joe Biden fights back on Super Tuesday

Coronavirus’s lasting legacy; & Joe Biden fights back on Super Tuesday

Coronavirus is coming, but what happens after it’s gone? Will it change our culture? The way we behave? Will home working become more acceptable? Will business travel be less popular? Evening Standard associate editor Julian Glover looks at the possible lasting legacy of the biggest public health emergency in a generation.  Biden’s Super Tuesday Joe Biden has won Super Tuesday in one of the most dramatic political come-backs in recent history. Written off just a few days ago, the former vice president enjoyed huge victories, including taking Elizabeth Warren’s home state Massachusetts. It now looks like a two horse race between the former vice-president and Bernie Sanders. But is Mr Biden really the Democrats’ best hope of beating Donald Trump in November? The Leader podcast speaks to the Evening Standard’s US correspondent, David Gardner.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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